By: Eric Donnelly

After slaying the National Anthem at last year’s Super Bowl, Lady Gaga will be stepping up her came as she takes the stage at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX as the headliner of the Halftime Show.

Last Friday, while on a promo tour for her new album Joanne, the “Million Reasons” crooner stopped by Good Morning America the morning after playing her 2nd Bud Light Dive Bar Tour stop at The Bitter End in NYC. While speaking with Michael Strahan she talked about her new music, the artists she collaborated with and also gave us a little tidbit about her Super Bowl performance.

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Gaga couldn’t give us any specifics about the performance, but she did reveal that “we have already been planning it.” It’s sure to be one of the best this century. As an artist, she has always been focused on her audience with her attention to detail — she’s a born performer. “We’ve already been thinking all the different ways we can make this a special experience for the football fans.”

Her library of Pop mega-hits is quite extensive, so it will be interesting to see what songs make the cut. “I was thinking yesterday about how wonderful it would be to also be playing a few songs from the new record.” This is very important seeing as Joanne’s mother, her grandmother, will be in the audience watching.

This performance will definitely be going down in the history books. Check out her interview below:


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